Citroën C5 Gets Two New Diesels And Fresh Features For 2015

Starting this summer, the Citroën C5 and Citroën C5 Tourer will be available with two new Euro6-compliant diesel engines.

The BlueHDi 150 S&S manual 6-speed and BlueHDi 180 S&S EAT 6-speed are available for all trim levels, with Citroën saying they set new standards for fuel consumption and CO2 emissions in their segment. However, no official figures were released.

Alongside the new engine options, the Citroën C5 family gets new styling features including fresh 17-inch alloy wheels for the Confort trim level and 18-inch alloy wheels for the Hydractive Exclusive equipment level.

Furthermore, a new “Moka Brown” exterior color has been added to the range.

The Citroën C5 and C5 Tourer algo get the latest 7-inch touch-sensitive tablet, which operates a navigation system with 3D views, a multimedia player over USB or in audio streaming, telephone with a hands-free function, onboard computer and vehicle settings.


  • dumblikeyou2

    I like the chunkiness of this car’s design. It’s missing in cars coming out today. Sedans have been too feminized in the past decade. The interior reminds me of luxury 15-20 years ago in a good way.

  • Zygius

    I have it since 2008, a very good and handsom car, and even now looks new ar fresh, no rust, no mechanical failures til now, just play around electronics like all french cars, air conditioners are a weak point of them. 7 years and just positive emotions.
    It is a pity that Citroen does not prepare new generation for this amazing car

  • Still looks up-to-date

  • DMJ

    Still looks good. The only problem of this car is that it’s heavier than a BMW 320 with 4 people inside…

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